It is a burning fire which cannot be quenched.
It is wholly trustworthy.
It is a rock to which we can cling without fear of its crumbling.
It is a refuge to which we can flee without doubting whether it will stand.
It is nourishment which is always prepared for those who hunger and thirst for love, and never withheld from them.
We have only to see that we are not worthy of it, that we have forfeited it, that we cannot secure it of and for ourselves, that we can only receive and accept it. We can only long and trust that God is the freely electing God for us, and that we ourselves are freely elected by Him. We then participate already in the unconditional nature and strength and victory of the love of God, in its sovereignty which consists in the fact that God is absolutely free to love man first irrespective of what he deserves or does not deserve.
We then find that we are loved by Him, and therefore genuinely, basically and effectively."
CD IV/2, p 767 (with my formatting)